Though outnumbered by birds, New Guinea does have a small group of indigenous mammals. These creatures— including tree kangaroos and giant bats— are no less bizarre than the birds they share the island with. Perhaps the strangest of all is a small egg-laying mammal with a long snout and a spiny coat— the echidna. 

Though outnumbered by birds, New Guinea does have a small group of indigenous mammals. These creatures— including tree kangaroos and giant bats— are no less bizarre than the birds they share the island with. Perhaps the strangest of all is a small egg-laying mammal with a long snout and a spiny coat— the echidna. 


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